Prince William spent 3 weeks with spies
Britain's Prince William has concluded a three-week attachment with the country's security and intelligence agencies MI5, MI6 and GCHQ, his office said yesterday. William started his assignment at the Secret Intelligence Service, known as MI6, followed by a week at security service MI5, ending at GCHQ, which gathers communications from around the world to identify and disrupt threats to Britain. “Spending time inside our security and intelligence agencies, understanding more about the vital contribution they make to our national security, was a truly humbling experience," said William, the Duke of Cambridge. William, 36, "got to see first-hand how SIS helps the UK identify and exploit opportunities as well as navigate risks to its national security, military effectiveness and economy," Kensington Palace said.